He is currently Distinguished Professor of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of creative writing at the University of Oregon where he directed the Program in Creative Writing from Former poetry editor of the Missouri Review. Let the weaver girl cross the bridge of heaven and take up his cold hands. Appeared in Poetry Magazine. Project Gutenberg 0 editions.
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See a problem on this page? I wasn’t quite sure there was a point, besides, of course, bearing witness.
Let the weaver girl cross the bridge of heaven and take up his cold hands. As Hongo told Contemporary Authors: CD Audiobook 0 editions.
There’s a Rembrandt essah on his face, a triangle of orange in the hollow of his cheek as a last flash of sunset blazes the storefronts and lit windows of the street. Academy of American Poets Educator Newsletter.
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Academy of American Poets. Hudson Review, spring, The author tells the story of the arrest of his Japanese-Hawaiian grandfather after Pearl Harbor and reflects on the legacy of the interments on the Japanese-American community.
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My land, which was barren, was not actually mine but leased we could not own property and the shacks didn’t matter.
Asian American Voices in Poetry. A few sounds escape from his mouth, a babbling no one understands as people surround him bewildered at his speech.
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I stop at a booth and watch a man, deeply tanned from work outdoors, Pitch bright, fresh quarters into blue plastic bowls. I used an ice pick for an awl, a fish knife to carve finger holes, and a scythe to shape the mouthpiece. Tribune Books ChicagoJuly 16, He negotiates the slick of ice on the sidewalk by his car, opens the Fairlane’s back door, leans to place the laundry in, and turns, for an instant, toward the flurry of footsteps and cries of pedestrians as a boy–that’s all he was– backs from the corner package store shooting a pistol, firing it, once, at the dumbfounded man who falls forward, grabbing at his chest.
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He is currently Distinguished Professor of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of creative writing at the University of Oregon where he directed the Program in Creative Writing from Los Angeles Times, March 19,